Loas agriculture ministry to ease Covid-19 food insecurity impacts


VIENTIANE: Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations, the World Food Programme (WFP) are cooperating with the Laos Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to draft a response plan on Monday (May 18) and provide direct assistance to farmers continuing to produce food for their communities.

FAO, WFP now are completing an assessment of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) impact on farmers and smallholders across Laos in supporting the ministry’s assistance to farmers including the supply of seeds, home gardening kits, animal healthcare items and technical support.

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Laos , Govt , To Help Out , Farmers , Impacted By Covid-19

   

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